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Step 2: Installing the network adapter
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Steps to connect additional computers to an established D-Link wireless home network


When adding computers to a D-Link wireless home network, you must install a wireless network adapter for each computer you're connecting to your home network. These network adapters receive and transmit the radio waves used to send and receive data.

Desktop Computers

Install a D-Link wireless USB network adapter for each desktop computer you're connecting to your home network. A USB cable connects the wireless adapter to an available USB port on your computer.

Notebook Computers

If you're connecting a laptop computer to your home network, you have two options for wireless network adapters.
Note: Many of the new notebook computers are manufactured with wireless network cards installed. Use Windows Device Manager in Windows XP to check whether you have a wireless network adapter installed. If you have a wireless network adapter installed, you can skip to Step 3.


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